This stylish five-bedroomed, Victorian property is ideally located, close to schools and local shops. The spacious property offers many period features and gas-fired central heating. it also enjoys an attractive two-tiered decked rear courtyard garden with a useful storage outhouse. Trelawney House in Clovelly Road, Bideford, offers comfortable accommodation which still retains a number of period features, such as sash windows, high ceilings and cornicing.
Great British boltholes: The brilliant restaurant with rooms in Bury St Edmunds set within a Victorian villa that's had a chic makeover
James Litston checks in to The Northgate, which is a stone’s-throw from Bury's 1,000-year-old abbey 'A sense of playful opulence is apparent the moment you step inside', he writes The hotel serves seasonal East Anglian fare such as Norfolk asparagus, Suffolk tomatoes and salt marsh lamb
'We searched the whole building top to bottom, all windows and doors were locked, and no one was found' You hear of ghosts spotted all around London, from Victorian children in attics to a woman who haunts the London Underground network at Christmas. Normally all you hear are the stories shared third person - but one man contacted MyLondon directly to share his first-hand account of experiencing the supernatural.
WC Bar in the Bigg Market can recreate any of their signature cocktails as a tasty alcohol-free tipple Dry January is becoming more popular every year, with one in six of us now committing to starting the year off by giving up booze according to Alcohol Change UK. But if you’re taking part in the month-long alcohol-free challenge, that doesn’t mean that you can’t still have a classy night out on the Toon.
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Seaside town Clevedon has a plethora of good things going for it Clevedon is ranked as one of the best places to live in the UK. Estate Agent Strutt and Parker has included the seaside attraction in its list of the top 200 most desirable locations. The coastal town 15 miles from Bristol, overlooking the Bristol Channel, is described as "independently minded" and having elegant Victorian villas, indy shops and eateries, possibly the country's prettiest pier.
A WOMAN has managed to make a "huge saving" while transforming a dilapidated room in her home into a luxurious home office. Home offices can often look bland and clinical with shelves of paperwork and a plethora of computer screens taking over the space. However, this doesn’t always have to be the case.
The vision of one Victorian man became the foundations for the prosperity of Grimsby and Cleethorpes - but he is hardly recognised here Historians want a permanent memorial to honour the man whose vision created Grimsby and its docks and made Cleethorpes a resort. MP was a pioneer and regarded as a great man.
This ship's cargo will make world history when it leaves an Australian port next week - and there are high hopes it'll be a great leap forward in the fight against climate change
The Suiso Frontier will transport the world's first ever cargo of liquid-hydrogen Vessel will depart the Port of Hastings in Victoria next week en-route to Japan The export is a milestone in Australia's commitment to reduce carbon emissions The $500m pilot project converts Victorian brown coal to liquified hydrogen
Cate Blanchett follows Ed Sheeran by buying up neighbouring farm with 100 acres to create her own 'mini village'
What's an Oscar-winning actress to do when her multi-million-pound Victorian mansion set in many beautiful acres is not enough? Take a leaf out of Ed Sheeran's book, of course. Cate Blanchett has been busy turning her English home into East Sussex's answer to Sheeranville, the Suffolk 'mini village' belonging to the pop star.
London property: Inside the quirky ‘treasure trove’ house with surprises around every corner but you will need a spare £1.25 million
This quirky property is certainly full of surprises We all know how it feels to walk down a grand London street and wonder what some of the quirkier houses look like on the inside. Well, wonder no more - this unbelievable South London home is bursting with energy, charm and character with surprises around every corner.
Situated in the sought after area of Bruntsfield, this bright, well-presented, third floor flat forms part of a Victorian tenement building and retains some stunning period features with stripped and varnished floors and fireplace with timber surround and decorative tiled inset. A secure door entry system gives access to the accommodation which comprises hall, living room with bay window, breakfasting kitchen, two double bedrooms, box room, and a bathroom with corner bath.
A rare Victorian table carved from coal mined in Fife has fetched a staggering £6,000 at auction. The table, which was made from parrot coal, was acquired by an unnamed buyer at Woolley and Wallis Furniture’s sale in Salisbury earlier this month and had been given an initial £500 to £800 guide price.
Cobblestones returning to Sheffield streets with Western Road, Washford Road and Trent Street completed
For some, they may be the stuff of Victorian films and Sherlock Holmes novels. But on a number Sheffield streets, cobblestones are making a return after decades of tarmac. Highways bosses are looking at bringing the old fashioned surface back on some streets as part of their ongoing road re-surfacing programme – and some have already seen the work done.
Farmers sell their COWS to help glamorous outback female truck driver who has had both legs AMPUTATED after a devastating accident
Local, national, and international donations raised over $100,000 for truckie Michelle Pillar, 25, lost both her legs in an horrific road accident last week Coordinated fundraiser including donation of cows for auction will help funds Michelle is described as a 'tough cookie' as locals remain optimistic of recovery
Unique building was at heart of Victorian railways expansion A chance to hear about the plan to restore the world's oldest country railway station will be available at a train extravaganza at Derby's Museum of Making tomorrow. Members of the Derbyshire Historic Buildings Trust (DHBT) will also be launching a funding campaign to save Wingfield Station, which has already undergone some restoration work, at the museum's Full Steam Ahead - Revealing Railways Revealed event.
THERE were widespread celebrations when Headcorn Methodist Church was given a partial community asset listing in September last year… But just days before Christmas, they received notice that the listing had been removed by Maidstone Borough Council (MBC), following a review requested by The Methodist Church Trustees.
The valuables include eight grandfather clocks worth £1,000, an 18th century coffer and even a classic 1956 Morris Minor split screen worth up to £6,000 An incredible £50,000 treasure trove of more than 400 items has been discovered in the home of an elderly hoarder. The “Aladdin’s Cave” of antiques was found buried under hundreds of bags and boxes crammed floor to ceiling in every room of the terraced property in Wolverhampton.
Estimated price set on antique Kildonan gold locket gifted by Duke of Sutherland's daughter set to go under hammer with 'huge amount of interest' shown in Highland piece
A historic item of jewellery with a fascinating Highland connection is set to go under the hammer in a Fine Art and Antiques Auction hosted by an English auction house next week. Chorley’s Auction House, which is based in Gloucestershire, is selling a Victorian locket “made of gold from the Duke of Sutherland’s mine at Kildonan”.